Definition of gelato
gelatiplay \jə-ˈlä-tē, je-\ also
: a soft rich ice cream containing little or no air
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Never mind beignets and pralines: The New Orleans Chocolate Crawl samples everything from fudge to gelato.
Another larger-than-life vanilla gelato waffle cone is attached to the side of the two-wheeler.
Get one towel, two gelato vouchers, and one 80-ounce SPF lotion from The Island Company when booking the Summer of Fun package.
Not fully-frozen, the ice cream has the creamy consistency of gelato.
The menu is filled with items that most would expect: crepes, pastries, gelato, fondue, oatmeal and waffles.
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Origin and Etymology of gelato
Italian, literally, frozen
First Known Use: 1929
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